Grid CEO: No need for federal coal, nuclear bailout

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Grid CEO: No need for federal coal, nuclear bailout

first_imgGrid CEO: No need for federal coal, nuclear bailout FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Washington Examiner:The operator of the largest power market in America released a report Thursday finding that its electricity supply would hold up against a range of threats, providing evidence against the Trump administration case for preserving coal and nuclear plants.“The PJM system is reliable today and will remain reliable into the future,” the grid operator, PJM Interconnection, said in an eight-page summary of a much-anticipated report slated for full release in December.Andrew Ott, president and CEO of PJM, amplified that assertion later Thursday during a press conference in Washington D.C. “The grid is more reliable today than it’s ever been,” Ott said.PJM covers a large territory representing 65 million people in 13 states from Illinois to Virginia.The report weighs against the Trump administration’s interest in using emergency power to keep coal and nuclear plants alive.“We think government intervention is unnecessary,” Ott said. “Nothing in our report would say there is a specific need for a specific fuel source. We are fuel neutral.”More: Largest power grid operator dismisses the threat of coal and nuclear plant closureslast_img read more

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Tax Administration: In the activity of providing accommodation and food preparation and serving, reduction of the amount of the invoice by 47%

first_imgAlso, comparing the period from 17.08. to 23.08.2020/2019/22 Compared to the same period in 19, there is a decrease in the number of invoices of 18% and a decrease in the amount of invoices of 9%, in the activity G – Wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles there is a decrease in the number of invoices of 29% and a decrease account of 35%. In activity I – provision of accommodation and food preparation and serving, a decrease in the number of invoices of XNUMX% and the amount of invoices of XNUMX% is visible. Source: Tax Administration In the activity G-Wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles, the number of invoices decreased by 22% and the amount of invoices decreased by 10%. In activity I – provision of accommodation and food preparation and serving, a decrease in the number of invoices of 42% and the amount of invoices of 47% is visible.center_img For all activities in the period from 24.02.-23.08.2020. in relation to the period from 23.02.- 23.08.2019. it’s visible 27% account reduction i 18% invoice reduction, say data from the Tax Administration. last_img read more

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I am Dominica. Are you? Scrapbook competition for preschoolers during Preschool Month

first_img Share 56 Views   no discussions Share Roseau, Dominica – (November 24, 2011) – The Leo Club of Dominica in collaboration with Discover Dominica Authority will involve preschoolers in the I am Dominica. Are You? Campaign during Preschool Month 2011. Preschoolers in the north of the island will take part of the scrapbook competition as they portray through pictures, photos and drawings what they love about Dominica, and how they can help to develop and promote Dominica. Scrapbooks will be judged for neatness, applicability to the theme and creativity. The judging of the scrapbooks will take place on November 25, 2011 by Community Leaders of the north and representatives of the Leo Club of Dominica and Discover Dominica Authority. The I am Dominica. Are You? Campaign seeks to showcase the natural attributes of Dominica, increase Dominicans awareness of the tourism product and the role they can play in the development of tourism.The Pennville Preschool, Thibaud Preschool, Paix Bouche Preschool and Sunflower Preschool will take part in the competition. The closing ceremony and prize giving will take place on Friday December 2, 2011 at the winning school. The Leo Club of Dominica sees this initiative as key in involving children in educational activities at this early stage. Winners will receive school supplies and certificates of participation. The overall winner of the competition will have his/her school fees paid for one year. The Leo Club is a non–profit service club which relies on the help of local businesses and civic minded persons willing to give as they continue to promote leadership in our country and carry out services to those in need. For more information on Dominica, contact Discover Dominica Authority at 767 448 2045. Or, visit Dominica’s official website: www.discoverdominica.com or follow Dominica on Twitter and Facebook and take a look at our videos on YouTube.Press ReleaseDiscover Dominica Authority Tweetcenter_img Sharing is caring! Share LocalNews I am Dominica. Are you? Scrapbook competition for preschoolers during Preschool Month by: – November 24, 2011last_img read more

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